The relationship between emotional intelligence, relationship satisfaction and anger was examined among couples who were in a relationship. There were 150 participants (Males = 34; Females = 116) between the ages of 25 and 60. All the participants completed The Assessing Emotions Scale, The Relationship Satisfaction Scale and The Anger Discomfort Scale. To calculate the correlation between the variables, Spearman’s rho was deployed. The results indicated a positive correlation between emotional intelligence and relationship satisfaction and a negative correlation between emotional intelligence and anger and relationship satisfaction and anger. Correlations between the four aspects of emotional intelligence with relationship satisfaction were also drawn; and once again the results showed a positive correlation between the variables.